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Islands of Profit in a Sea of Red Ink by Jonathan L. S. Byrnes

Islands of Profit in a Sea of Red Ink

Islands of Profit in a Sea of Red Ink by Jonathan L. S. Byrnes
Oct 14, 2010 | 304 Pages
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“Jonathan’s rare combination of academic’s insight and practitioner’s experience has enabled him to create a series of important business innovations that have really worked.”
– Roy Shapiro, Philip Caldwell Professor of Business Administration and former senior associate dean, Harvard Business School

“This is a comprehensive guide to improving your company’s profitability. Every manager in your company should read it.”
– Vijay Govindarajan, Earl C. Daum 1924 Professor of International Business, Tuck School of Business, and coauthor of The Other Side of Innovation

“Jonathan Byrnes delivers great news for managers: There is plenty of profit hidden in your company-if you know where to find it.”
– Sean Silverthorne, editor of Harvard Business School Working Knowledge

“Jonathan Byrnes has created a systematic process for analyzing profitability. His research offers practical advice that will help organizations unlock their profit potential without costly new initiatives. Companies interested in making more money from their existing operations will benefit from his insights.”
– Ron Sargent, CEO, Staples

“Jonathan has provided very important thought leadership that has helped shape my view of business and the development of Accenture’s business consulting practice. This book is a must-read and belongs on every manager’s desk.”
– Bill Copacino, president and CEO, Oco, Inc., and former group chief executive, Accenture’s Business Consulting Practice

“Every level of your organization will benefit from Jonathan Byrnes’s pragmatic approach to enhancing profitability. From strategic planning to program implementation, this book will outline the path to an improved bottom line.”
– Mark Rosenbaum, chief customer officer, Cardinal Health

“Jonathan outlines simple, effective guidelines for identifying and growing profitable business. He clearly describes the need to honestly evaluate the places where it’s just not working, and to take corrective action. His recommendations are practical and tested, and they deliver positive results.”
– Oscar Munoz, EVP and CFO, CSX

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